Articles on the topic of Comprehensive Dentistry from the dental blog of Oral Health Solutions of Dr. Steven Hill in Langley, BC.
Gum disease, also known as periodontitis or periodontal disease, is very common among adults. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatments in this post.
Do genetics influence your oral health? Recent studies say yes and no. Learn about which health factors you can control in our latest article.
Receding gums refers to gum tissue that slowly begins to wear away. In this article, we’ll discuss the causes, symptoms, and solutions.
Xylitol makes many bold claims about its abilities. But are they myths or realities? Does xylitol prevent cavities? You’ll find out what causes cavities and the role this sugar alternative plays.
Just hearing the words “root canal” can be enough to make most people cringe. The mental image of a root canal patient holding a grossly swollen jaw while groaning with pain has been perpetuated by movies, television, and cartoons. But is that the true picture of modern-day root canal treatment? Here are five commonly believed… Read More
Have you resolved to be healthier in 2018? Here are some changes you can make to your oral health that will positively impact your whole body health.
Many wonder: “Are dental x-rays safe?” Here are the facts you need to help you decide what is best for you and your family’s dental care.
Choosing the best toothbrush can seem like a daunting task! Here are our top tips to choose the right toothbrush for each member of your family.
Warmer weather, budding trees…signs of spring are all around us! The first few glimpses of spring-like weather may send us into a spring cleaning frenzy around our homes and yards. Before you grab your bucket, squeegee, and mop, take a moment to think about your dental health routine. Could it use a little sprucing up?… Read More
Since 1964, American presidents have been warning the American public about the very real danger of heart disease. Why? Each year, one out of every three deaths in America is caused by heart disease. This is more than any other deadly disease, including cancer. Because of this, the month of February has been designated as… Read More